Four Washington College varsity student-athletes were inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society - the nation's oldest and most widely-known Academic Honor Society - last week. Swimmer Allison Kvien, volleyball player Jenny Lee, soccer player Tim Marcin, and rower Parker McIntosh share their experiences as scholars and student-athletes as well as their future plans in this video profile.
The Washington College women's swim team has been awarded Team Scholar All-America status for the Fall 2012 semester by the College Swimming Coaches Association. To qualify for the award, the team must finish with a team grade-point average of at least 3.0 for the fall semester.
Junior Ellie Miskiel won two medals to lead the Washington College women's swim team at the Centennial Conference Championships held Friday, yesterday, and today at Franklin & Marshall College. The Shorewomen finished seventh of eight teams in the overall point standings at the event.
Visiting McDaniel College defeated host Washington College, 117-79, in Centennial Conference women's swimming this afternoon inside Casey Swim Center. The meet was the final dual meet of the season for both teams.
The Washington College women's swim team posted the top time in every event of a 137-57 non-conference victory over visiting Elizabethtown tonight inside Casey Swim Center. The Shorewomen improved to 3-4 this season with the win, while the Blue Jays fell to 2-9 with the loss.
Host Washington College won eight of 11 events en route to a 123-79 Centennial Conference women's swim meet over visiting Bryn Mawr tonight inside Casey Swim Center. The Shorewomen improved to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in conference meets with the win, while the Owls fell to 0-3 and 0-3 with the loss.
The Washington College women's swim team defeated Eastern Shore rival Salisbury University for the 26th consecutive time, downing the host Sea Gulls, 111.5-93.5, in a non-conference meet tonight. The meet was conducted using metric events (rather than the typical events in yards) due to Salisbury's Maggs Pool being 25 meters long.
The Washington College women's swim team opened its 2012-13 season this afternoon with a 162.5-89.5 loss to visiting Gettysburg College in a Centennial Conference dual meet inside Casey Swim Center. The Bullets (3-0, 1-0 Centennial) won 10 of the meet's first 12 events before entering the final two as exhibitions only.
Julianna Fritzinger, a freshman on the Washington College women's swim team, competed in the Age Group Sprint for 16-19 year old females at the Barfoot & Thompson World Triathlon Grand Final Monday morning in Auckland, New Zealand. Fritzinger finished in 1:25.18, good for 38th of 45 competitors in her event.